The FBI director is appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The position of FBI Director has a fixed 10-year term, and the officeholder cannot be reappointed, unless Congress acts to allow a second appointment of the incumbent. There are no statutory conditions on the President’s authority to remove the FBI Director. FBI Director: Appointment and Tenure (Feb. 19, 2014, R41850) provides an overview of the development of the process for appointing the FBI director. — Joe
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